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No Looking Back (1998, Edward Burns)

No Looking Back runs just under a hundred minutes. The first half of the film–roughly the first half–evenly relies on its cast. In fact, top-billed Lauren Holly almost has less than either Jon Bon Jovi and director Burns (acting, second-billed) in the first half. 722 more words


She's the One (1996, Edward Burns)

She’s the One has a fantastic first act. Some of the banter doesn’t connect, but all of the performances are strong and when the banter does connect, it makes up for the rest. 698 more words


Confidence (2003)

Released 2003 Rating 15 in UK Director James Foley Writer/s Doug Jung Starring 181 more words

27 Dresses | Movie Review

Directed by Anne Fletcher Starring
  • Katherine Heigl
  • James Marsden
  • Malin Akerman
  • Edward Burns
Screenplay by Aline Brosh McKenna Genre Comedy, Romance Certificate

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Movie Reviews

Saving Private Ryan (1998)

Steven Spielberg’s multi-Oscar winning story of a squad of men sent to recover a soldier who was the sole surviving member of his siblings set a new standard in realism where it comes to representing the battlefield. 250 more words


Edward Burns: He's the One

Edward Burns worked as a gofer on “Entertainment Tonight” for four years.  Then his directorial debut, The Brothers McMullenbecame an indie sensation at the Sundance Film Festival and Burns became Hollywood’s latest hot director.   934 more words


One Missed Call (2008)

A vengeful spirit transfers from mobile phone to mobile phone, leaving a message featuring the last words of its owner just before they are horribly killed. 164 more words